Celebrate International Beer Day!

Celebrate International Beer Day!

International Beer Day is a great time to check out WHAT’S UP with Fort Worth’s now famous ALE TRAIL.  From a local nano brewery, to a nationally recognized brewery that produces over 20,000 barrels of beer a year, the Fort Worth Ale Trail will introduce you to a vibrant, diverse group of breweries that are helping redefine the character of our city, one tasty pint at a time.  Take the weekend…You deserve it!

https://www.fortworth.com/aletrail/

You do not have to “Do the Trail” to enjoy our great breweries.  Take your time and enjoy any one of them at your own pace, and in whatever cool part of town tickles your taste buds at the time.

NEAR SOUTHSIDE

Rahr & Sons Brewery

https://rahrbrewing.com/

Hop Fusion Ale Works

http://hopfusionaleworks.com/

The Collective Brewing Project

https://collectivebrew.com/

Wild Acre Brewing

https://www.wildacrebrewing.com/

PANTHER ISLAND

Panther Island Brewing

http://pantherislandbrewing.com/

DOWNTOWN

Cowtown Brewery

https://www.cowtownbrewco.com/

MANSFIELD

Dirty Job Brewing

https://www.dirtyjobbrewing.com/

By The Horns Brewing

https://bythehornsbrewing.com/

ARLINGTON

Division Brewing

https://divisionbrewing.com/

Legal Draft

http://www.legaldraftbeer.com/

KELLER

Shannon Brewing Company

https://shannonbrewing.com/

 Sports 

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“Sounds of Resilience” Grant — Application EXTENDED!

FORT WORTH, TX  – In light of the impact of current world issues on Fort Worth’s musicians today, Fine Line Group, the Family office of Sasha and Edward P. Bass, announced the launch of SOUNDS OF RESILIENCE. The second in a series of competitive grant programs...

Celebrate International Beer Day!

International Beer Day is a great time to check out WHAT’S UP with Fort Worth’s now famous ALE TRAIL.  From a local nano brewery, to a nationally recognized brewery that produces over 20,000 barrels of beer a year, the Fort Worth Ale Trail will introduce you to a...

It’s TAX FREE WEEKEND!

Aug. 7 - 9, 2020 During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Comptroller encourages all taxpayers to continue practicing social distancing and support Texas businesses while saving money on tax-free purchases of most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks (sold for...

Sign up for the Stockyards Heritage Club!

The Stockyards Heritage Club kicks off this month — a free club for fans of the old west and legendary Fort Worth Stockyards. Each month members get free parking and exclusive deals designed to encourage and reward more of their visits. With something new literally...

Tubing, Rockin’ the River, and MORE from Panther Island

Tubing returns to Panther Island Pavilion and is expanded to 6 days a week! Live music is now all weekend long.  Rockin’ the River presented by Coors Light, returns for the 10th year on Saturdays with five bands and a fireworks show.  Sunday Funday, the more laid...

What’s up with Real Estate during COVID-19?

A lot has changed in the last few months, and a lot of our readers have questions. A few weeks ago we reached out to our good friend John Staab, founder of Motive Real Estate, to help answer some of the most pressing questions about buying and selling in the era of...

Fort Worth Botanic Gardens is OPEN

Starting June 1, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden will reopen from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays only, with the first and last hour of the day reserved for GROW members only (8–9 a.m. and 5–6 p.m.). Starting June 13, the Garden will reopen also on weekends. “We know that...

Grand Openings in Stockyard’s Mule Alley!

Stockyards Heritage Development Co. will safely welcome the community to enjoy Memorial Day Weekend at the Fort Worth Stockyards, May 22-25. With a nod to the Texas spirit embodied in the Fort Worth Stockyards, we will slowly forge ahead with the statement “Together...

Summer Camps in Fort Worth

 What’s Up Fort Worth wants you and your family to stay healthy and safe. We suggest that you do a thorough review of all local, state and federal guidelines for camps this summer and make sure that you are comfortable with how a specific camp of interest is...

Time for a Fort Worth Field Trip!

Time for a field trip!  With all the stress of home-schooling, working from home, planning strategic trips to the grocery store and all this while practicing social distancing and  wearing masks when we do get out, we at What’s Up Fort Worth thought it was time for a...

It’s TAX FREE WEEKEND!

It’s TAX FREE WEEKEND!

Aug. 7 – 9, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Comptroller encourages all taxpayers to continue practicing social distancing and support Texas businesses while saving money on tax-free purchases of most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks (sold for less than $100) during the annual Tax-Free weekend. Qualifying items can be purchased tax free from a Texas store or from an online or catalog seller doing business in Texas. In most cases, you do not need to give the seller an exemption certificate to buy qualifying items tax free.

This year’s sales tax holiday begins Friday, Aug. 7, and goes through midnight Sunday, Aug. 9.

The sales tax exemption applies only to qualifying items you buy during the sales tax holiday. Items you buy before or after the sales tax holiday do not qualify for exemption, and there is no tax refund available.

Online Purchases and Telephone Orders

To promote social distancing, the Texas Comptroller’s office wants all taxpayers to know that during the Tax-Free Weekend, you can buy qualifying items online or by telephone, mail, custom order or any other means (including in-store purchases) tax free, when either

  • the item is both delivered, and paid for, by the customer during the exemption; or
  • the customer orders and pays for the item, and the seller accepts the order during the exemption period for immediate shipment, even if delivery is made after the exemption period ends.

A seller accepts an order when the seller has acted to fill the order for immediate shipment.

An order is filled for immediate shipment regardless of whether the shipment is delayed due to a backlog of orders or because stock is currently unavailable to, or on back order by, the seller.

In-Store Purchases

The Comptroller’s office urges all taxpayers buying certain qualifying items at their local retailers to practice appropriate social distancing as described in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines during the sales tax holiday.

Qualifying Items

Special Purchases

Additional Charges Affect the Sales Price

Sales Tax Holiday Refund Requests

If you pay sales tax on qualifying items during the sales tax holiday, you can ask the seller for a refund of the tax paid. The seller can either grant the refund or provide their customer with Form 00-985, Assignment to Right to Refund (PDF), which allows the purchaser to file the refund claim directly with the Comptroller’s office.

 Sports 

  College Sports  

  Professional Sports  

  Rodeo Events  

 Things to Do 

“Sounds of Resilience” Grant — Application EXTENDED!

FORT WORTH, TX  – In light of the impact of current world issues on Fort Worth’s musicians today, Fine Line Group, the Family office of Sasha and Edward P. Bass, announced the launch of SOUNDS OF RESILIENCE. The second in a series of competitive grant programs...

Celebrate International Beer Day!

International Beer Day is a great time to check out WHAT’S UP with Fort Worth’s now famous ALE TRAIL.  From a local nano brewery, to a nationally recognized brewery that produces over 20,000 barrels of beer a year, the Fort Worth Ale Trail will introduce you to a...

It’s TAX FREE WEEKEND!

Aug. 7 - 9, 2020 During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Comptroller encourages all taxpayers to continue practicing social distancing and support Texas businesses while saving money on tax-free purchases of most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks (sold for...

Sign up for the Stockyards Heritage Club!

The Stockyards Heritage Club kicks off this month — a free club for fans of the old west and legendary Fort Worth Stockyards. Each month members get free parking and exclusive deals designed to encourage and reward more of their visits. With something new literally...

Tubing, Rockin’ the River, and MORE from Panther Island

Tubing returns to Panther Island Pavilion and is expanded to 6 days a week! Live music is now all weekend long.  Rockin’ the River presented by Coors Light, returns for the 10th year on Saturdays with five bands and a fireworks show.  Sunday Funday, the more laid...

What’s up with Real Estate during COVID-19?

A lot has changed in the last few months, and a lot of our readers have questions. A few weeks ago we reached out to our good friend John Staab, founder of Motive Real Estate, to help answer some of the most pressing questions about buying and selling in the era of...

Fort Worth Botanic Gardens is OPEN

Starting June 1, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden will reopen from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays only, with the first and last hour of the day reserved for GROW members only (8–9 a.m. and 5–6 p.m.). Starting June 13, the Garden will reopen also on weekends. “We know that...

Grand Openings in Stockyard’s Mule Alley!

Stockyards Heritage Development Co. will safely welcome the community to enjoy Memorial Day Weekend at the Fort Worth Stockyards, May 22-25. With a nod to the Texas spirit embodied in the Fort Worth Stockyards, we will slowly forge ahead with the statement “Together...

Summer Camps in Fort Worth

 What’s Up Fort Worth wants you and your family to stay healthy and safe. We suggest that you do a thorough review of all local, state and federal guidelines for camps this summer and make sure that you are comfortable with how a specific camp of interest is...

Time for a Fort Worth Field Trip!

Time for a field trip!  With all the stress of home-schooling, working from home, planning strategic trips to the grocery store and all this while practicing social distancing and  wearing masks when we do get out, we at What’s Up Fort Worth thought it was time for a...
Race Weekend is BACK at Texas Motor Speedway

Race Weekend is BACK at Texas Motor Speedway

Texas Governor Greg Abbott approved a comprehensive action plan to allow fans to attend the rescheduled O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway (2 p.m. CDT on NBCSN).

THE GRANDSTANDS AND SUITES AT NO LIMITS, TEXAS WILL BE OPEN TO RACE FANS SUBJECT TO SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIREMENTS AND ADDITIONAL PROTOCOLS. THE RESCHEDULED O’REILLY AUTO PARTS 500 WILL BE THE FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE SPORTS EVENT IN TEXAS OPEN TO FANS SINCE THE ONSET OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC.

 Sports 

  College Sports  

  Professional Sports  

  Rodeo Events  

 Things to Do 

“Sounds of Resilience” Grant — Application EXTENDED!

FORT WORTH, TX  – In light of the impact of current world issues on Fort Worth’s musicians today, Fine Line Group, the Family office of Sasha and Edward P. Bass, announced the launch of SOUNDS OF RESILIENCE. The second in a series of competitive grant programs...

Celebrate International Beer Day!

International Beer Day is a great time to check out WHAT’S UP with Fort Worth’s now famous ALE TRAIL.  From a local nano brewery, to a nationally recognized brewery that produces over 20,000 barrels of beer a year, the Fort Worth Ale Trail will introduce you to a...

It’s TAX FREE WEEKEND!

Aug. 7 - 9, 2020 During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Comptroller encourages all taxpayers to continue practicing social distancing and support Texas businesses while saving money on tax-free purchases of most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks (sold for...

Sign up for the Stockyards Heritage Club!

The Stockyards Heritage Club kicks off this month — a free club for fans of the old west and legendary Fort Worth Stockyards. Each month members get free parking and exclusive deals designed to encourage and reward more of their visits. With something new literally...

Tubing, Rockin’ the River, and MORE from Panther Island

Tubing returns to Panther Island Pavilion and is expanded to 6 days a week! Live music is now all weekend long.  Rockin’ the River presented by Coors Light, returns for the 10th year on Saturdays with five bands and a fireworks show.  Sunday Funday, the more laid...

What’s up with Real Estate during COVID-19?

A lot has changed in the last few months, and a lot of our readers have questions. A few weeks ago we reached out to our good friend John Staab, founder of Motive Real Estate, to help answer some of the most pressing questions about buying and selling in the era of...

Fort Worth Botanic Gardens is OPEN

Starting June 1, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden will reopen from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays only, with the first and last hour of the day reserved for GROW members only (8–9 a.m. and 5–6 p.m.). Starting June 13, the Garden will reopen also on weekends. “We know that...

Grand Openings in Stockyard’s Mule Alley!

Stockyards Heritage Development Co. will safely welcome the community to enjoy Memorial Day Weekend at the Fort Worth Stockyards, May 22-25. With a nod to the Texas spirit embodied in the Fort Worth Stockyards, we will slowly forge ahead with the statement “Together...

Summer Camps in Fort Worth

 What’s Up Fort Worth wants you and your family to stay healthy and safe. We suggest that you do a thorough review of all local, state and federal guidelines for camps this summer and make sure that you are comfortable with how a specific camp of interest is...

Time for a Fort Worth Field Trip!

Time for a field trip!  With all the stress of home-schooling, working from home, planning strategic trips to the grocery store and all this while practicing social distancing and  wearing masks when we do get out, we at What’s Up Fort Worth thought it was time for a...
Provender Hall open in Stockyard’s Mule Alley!

Provender Hall open in Stockyard’s Mule Alley!

Provender Hall, the new American comfort food concept from restaurateur Chef Marcus Paslay (Piattello Italian Kitchen, Clay Pigeon), is officially open in Mule Alley at the Fort Worth Stockyards. Following the openings of Lucchese, MB Mercantile, American Paint Horse Association, and Simplifi, Provender Hall is the most recent tenant opening in the newly-renovated Mule Alley. With the opening of this highly anticipated signature restaurant, Paslay is helping modernize the district while honoring the historical past of the Fort Worth Stockyards.

“We’ve been looking forward to this opening since we first heard the concept, and we’re so excited to share Provender Hall with guests from Fort Worth and beyond. Provender Hall is one of the restaurants that makes Mule Alley so special and preserves our city’s rich history. The restaurant exemplifies what the Stockyards represents, a place that honors traditional western culture with modern innovation,” said Majestic Realty Co. Executive Vice President Craig Cavileer.

Provender Hall was named as a nod to the area’s historical and cattle-centric history and is modeled as a true Texas brasserie with a menu that spans from oysters on the half-shell and chicken gumbo to a buffalo tenderloin, with salads and sides such as crispy okra, braised greens and cheddar-cheese grits also on offer. Many of the dishes focus on the element of smoke, with live fire playing an important role. The supper menu includes a smoked chicken half-bird with chimichurri and grilled lemons, blackened shrimp and grits with a blistered tomato beurre blanc, and a smoked pork chop with a white-bean stew.

The spirited, two-story, near-5,000-square-foot lofted space features a greenhouse-like entry that gives way to a dignified bar. The first floor houses the open-air kitchen and offers dining options and spacious areas for diners to relax before or after the meal. On the second level is a large dining room enveloped in the barn’s signature rehabilitated bricks. Clerestory windows flood light throughout the two story restaurant with original elements such as the early 1900’s fire doors showcased throughout. The dining room is flanked by period details, including two catwalks that overlook the first floor. An expansive patio along the iconic Exchange Avenue will be open for patrons to dine on in the coming weeks.

“The opening of Provender Hall reflects an important milestone in the Fort Worth Stockyards’ new history and for the city of Fort Worth. This is a one-of-a-kind restaurant that guests will travel far and wide to visit for its unique cuisine, design, and experience. It is built to appeal to the discerning tastes of the locals and will be the new go-to place for your favorite night out with friends. From the design and historic setting to the perfectly executed menu and acclaimed chef, Provender Hall is exactly what we were hoping for as our flagship restaurant,” says M2G Ventures Co-Founder Jessica Miller Essl.

Marcus Paslay is cooking with Chef Scott Lewis, who also helms Piattello Italian Kitchen. Lewis takes on a new role with the opening of Provender Hall, overseeing kitchen operations at all of Paslay’s restaurants. Front-of-house operations will be steered by Kellen Hamrah, who also has a new role in managing bar and service for the three restaurants.

Provender Hall joins Shake Shack as the two eateries now open in Mule Alley. Guests can look forward to dining at The Biscuit Bar, Sidesaddle Saloon, and 97 West Kitchen in Bar at Hotel Drover in Mule Alley later this year.

Provender Hall is located at 122 E. Exchange Ave. and is open Sunday and Thursday, 4:30–9 p.m. and Friday/Saturday, 4:30­–10 p.m., with upcoming lunch hours that will be announced shortly. For more information on Provender Hall, please visit https://www.provenderhall.com/ and for more information on Mule Alley and the Fort Worth Stockyards, please visit https://fortworthstockyards.com/.

ABOUT CHEF MARCUS PASLAY
Arlington, Texas, native Marcus Paslay opened Clay Pigeon in Fort Worth in 2013 to widespread critical acclaim. In January 2017, Paslay opened his second restaurant, Piattello Italian Kitchen, in Fort Worth’s Waterside development, to a similar reception. In 2018, Texas Monthly named it one of the Ten Best New Restaurants in Texas. Featuring in-season, house-made dishes—the core of his cooking philosophy—Paslay’s restaurants reflect his passion for good food and fine dining with a personal touch. Paslay graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY, in 2006, and then honed his culinary skills at some of the finest restaurants across the country including the Four Seasons in Vail; Canlis in Seattle; Rough Creek Lodge in Glen Rose; and Neighborhood Services in Dallas.

ABOUT STOCKYARDS HERITAGE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY:
Stockyards Heritage Development Co. is a partnership between nationally recognized developer Majestic Realty Co. and Fort Worth’s Hickman Investments. Created with the intention of thoughtfully reimagining the historic Fort Worth Stockyards, the company is dedicated to preserving the National Historic District legacy while elevating it with experiences for locals and visitors from abroad. Accomplished through a public/private partnership with the City of Fort Worth and Tarrant County, the project’s first phase, Mule Alley, broke ground in the fall of 2018 to include the renovation of the destination’s historic,100-year-old horse and mule barns into a street of curated shops, restaurants, retail and office spaces. The project also includes the ground-up development of the area’s first four-star Marriott Autograph Collection boutique hotel and rustic resort, Hotel Drover, which is set to open later this year.

Live Theater & Performing Arts

  Museums  

  Galleries  

  Special Events 

 Things to Do 

“Sounds of Resilience” Grant — Application EXTENDED!

FORT WORTH, TX  – In light of the impact of current world issues on Fort Worth’s musicians today, Fine Line Group, the Family office of Sasha and Edward P. Bass, announced the launch of SOUNDS OF RESILIENCE. The second in a series of competitive grant programs...

Celebrate International Beer Day!

International Beer Day is a great time to check out WHAT’S UP with Fort Worth’s now famous ALE TRAIL.  From a local nano brewery, to a nationally recognized brewery that produces over 20,000 barrels of beer a year, the Fort Worth Ale Trail will introduce you to a...

It’s TAX FREE WEEKEND!

Aug. 7 - 9, 2020 During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Comptroller encourages all taxpayers to continue practicing social distancing and support Texas businesses while saving money on tax-free purchases of most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks (sold for...

Sign up for the Stockyards Heritage Club!

The Stockyards Heritage Club kicks off this month — a free club for fans of the old west and legendary Fort Worth Stockyards. Each month members get free parking and exclusive deals designed to encourage and reward more of their visits. With something new literally...

Tubing, Rockin’ the River, and MORE from Panther Island

Tubing returns to Panther Island Pavilion and is expanded to 6 days a week! Live music is now all weekend long.  Rockin’ the River presented by Coors Light, returns for the 10th year on Saturdays with five bands and a fireworks show.  Sunday Funday, the more laid...

What’s up with Real Estate during COVID-19?

A lot has changed in the last few months, and a lot of our readers have questions. A few weeks ago we reached out to our good friend John Staab, founder of Motive Real Estate, to help answer some of the most pressing questions about buying and selling in the era of...

Fort Worth Botanic Gardens is OPEN

Starting June 1, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden will reopen from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays only, with the first and last hour of the day reserved for GROW members only (8–9 a.m. and 5–6 p.m.). Starting June 13, the Garden will reopen also on weekends. “We know that...

Grand Openings in Stockyard’s Mule Alley!

Stockyards Heritage Development Co. will safely welcome the community to enjoy Memorial Day Weekend at the Fort Worth Stockyards, May 22-25. With a nod to the Texas spirit embodied in the Fort Worth Stockyards, we will slowly forge ahead with the statement “Together...

Summer Camps in Fort Worth

 What’s Up Fort Worth wants you and your family to stay healthy and safe. We suggest that you do a thorough review of all local, state and federal guidelines for camps this summer and make sure that you are comfortable with how a specific camp of interest is...

Time for a Fort Worth Field Trip!

Time for a field trip!  With all the stress of home-schooling, working from home, planning strategic trips to the grocery store and all this while practicing social distancing and  wearing masks when we do get out, we at What’s Up Fort Worth thought it was time for a...
Kimbell’s Exhibit “Flesh and Blood” extended through July!

Kimbell’s Exhibit “Flesh and Blood” extended through July!

HUGE NEWS! The Kimbell Art Museum — a Fort Worth Gem and easily one of the finest small art museums in the nation, has announced that their extraordinarly collection of Italian rennaisance paintings is sticking around for a few more weeks! The special exhibition Flesh and Blood—featuring nearly forty masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum in Naples, one of the most important fine arts collections in Italy—is extended through July!

 

This incredible gathering of pictures will be a journey through the major artistic achievements of Italian Renaissance and Baroque painting, featuring captivating stories, from Christian martyrdom to mythological passion, and diverse formats and purposes, from the intimacy of private devotion to the grandeur of state portraiture. Captured masterfully by the greatest talents of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, including Titian, Raphael, El Greco, Annibale Carracci, Artemisia Gentileschi, Jusepe Ribera, and Luca Giordano, these extraordinarily beautiful scenes can be moving or imposing, violent, extravagant, or even seductive.

The Renaissance paintings in the Capodimonte Museum come from the collections of the Farnese family, among the richest and most powerful Italian clans during the sixteenth century. Their destiny was secured by the election of Alessandro Farnese as Pope

Paul III in 1534, and their impressive palace in Rome embodied their ambition and glory. The Farnese were exceptional patrons, commissioning works from the most prestigious artists of their time. As a result of dynastic alliances, some of their greatest paintings came to Naples, including portraits of Alessandro by Raphael and (after his coronation as Pope) by Titian.

The Capodimonte collection’s second major component, Baroque painting, has a more local origin. In the seventeenth century, Naples was one of the largest, richest, and liveliest cities in Europe, far more cosmopolitan than Paris or London. Artists—both native-born and foreign—took advantage of this situation, making works of the Neapolitan school of painting among the most relevant and desired.

The show will draw from the best of both the Renaissance and Baroque holdings of the museum, starting with the famous portrait of the elegant beauty Antea by Parmigianino and the ravishing Danaë painted by Titian for the pope’s grandson, Cardinal Alessandro Farnese. Annibale Carracci’s Pietà and Guido Reni’s Atalanta and Hippomenes will face off against Ribera’s Drunken Silenus and Giovanni Battista Caracciolo’s Virgin of the Purgatory in a contest of Northern Italian classicism versus Neapolitan Caravaggism. An additional and exceptional Caravaggio loan, The Flagellation of Christ, exhibits the artist’s powerful influence on the painters of Naples, including on Gentileschi and Massimo Stanzione, who bring colors—including blood red—to the dark and violent world of Neapolitan tenebrism, leading to the seductive Baroque style. Giovan Battista Recco, Giovanni Battista Ruppolo and Andrea Belvedere will lure all eyes with their magnificent and somehow mysterious still lifes, their flowers bravely blooming against the tumultuous historical tapestry of patrons, painters and paintings woven in 17th-century Naples.

 

Live Theater & Performing Arts

  Museums  

  Galleries  

  Special Events 

 Things to Do 

“Sounds of Resilience” Grant — Application EXTENDED!

FORT WORTH, TX  – In light of the impact of current world issues on Fort Worth’s musicians today, Fine Line Group, the Family office of Sasha and Edward P. Bass, announced the launch of SOUNDS OF RESILIENCE. The second in a series of competitive grant programs...

Celebrate International Beer Day!

International Beer Day is a great time to check out WHAT’S UP with Fort Worth’s now famous ALE TRAIL.  From a local nano brewery, to a nationally recognized brewery that produces over 20,000 barrels of beer a year, the Fort Worth Ale Trail will introduce you to a...

It’s TAX FREE WEEKEND!

Aug. 7 - 9, 2020 During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Comptroller encourages all taxpayers to continue practicing social distancing and support Texas businesses while saving money on tax-free purchases of most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks (sold for...

Sign up for the Stockyards Heritage Club!

The Stockyards Heritage Club kicks off this month — a free club for fans of the old west and legendary Fort Worth Stockyards. Each month members get free parking and exclusive deals designed to encourage and reward more of their visits. With something new literally...

Tubing, Rockin’ the River, and MORE from Panther Island

Tubing returns to Panther Island Pavilion and is expanded to 6 days a week! Live music is now all weekend long.  Rockin’ the River presented by Coors Light, returns for the 10th year on Saturdays with five bands and a fireworks show.  Sunday Funday, the more laid...

What’s up with Real Estate during COVID-19?

A lot has changed in the last few months, and a lot of our readers have questions. A few weeks ago we reached out to our good friend John Staab, founder of Motive Real Estate, to help answer some of the most pressing questions about buying and selling in the era of...

Fort Worth Botanic Gardens is OPEN

Starting June 1, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden will reopen from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays only, with the first and last hour of the day reserved for GROW members only (8–9 a.m. and 5–6 p.m.). Starting June 13, the Garden will reopen also on weekends. “We know that...

Grand Openings in Stockyard’s Mule Alley!

Stockyards Heritage Development Co. will safely welcome the community to enjoy Memorial Day Weekend at the Fort Worth Stockyards, May 22-25. With a nod to the Texas spirit embodied in the Fort Worth Stockyards, we will slowly forge ahead with the statement “Together...

Summer Camps in Fort Worth

 What’s Up Fort Worth wants you and your family to stay healthy and safe. We suggest that you do a thorough review of all local, state and federal guidelines for camps this summer and make sure that you are comfortable with how a specific camp of interest is...

Time for a Fort Worth Field Trip!

Time for a field trip!  With all the stress of home-schooling, working from home, planning strategic trips to the grocery store and all this while practicing social distancing and  wearing masks when we do get out, we at What’s Up Fort Worth thought it was time for a...